CONTRIBUTED BY: ALEXIS TUCKER
I visited the Felsenlabyrinth Luisenberg in Wundsiedel with my husband and the entire time we explored I had a stirring desire to purposely get lost. Peeking out from every corner of the woods were towering stones with lush green moss growing as if intricately placed upon the stone. Along our journey through the labyrinth we could hear the opera singers from the theater- their voices carrying through the woods making the exploration furthermore magical in every way.
It was almost heartbreaking how beautiful the paths were. I felt like I could spend forever exploring the labyrinth with no care at all. There were red and blue arrows that point you in the direction to go further into the labyrinth and arrows to exit. If you get lost, just look for stairs made of rocks. You are bound to run into someone.
If you need to use the restroom there are some near the entrance where parking is located. Although this location isn’t stroller friendly, it is kid friendly and dog friendly. I would say age 6 and above would be best because you do a lot of walking & have to crawl through tight spaces. There is food on site and they do operas and plays at the theater there as well.
If you have ever been to the Sanspariel Gardens, the labyrinth reminded me a lot of our visit there. Felsenlabryinth is sure to please not only your children and dogs, but any lover of the outdoors.
Felsenlabyrinth Luisenberg Information
Family ticket: €9.00
Groups: €3.00 per adult
You pay someone that is standing out there & you are given a ticket.
End of March to mid November, daily from 8.30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
During the Festival (June-August) open until 7 p.m.
Tours with the geopark ranger are available every Wednesday and Sunday or by prior arrangement
Wunsiedel, Germany 95632
We found that the address didn’t work in our GPS. It got us close enough to follow the signs once we got on Luisenberg road. You will see the parking area first. The pin below is dropped in the correct place as well.
Note: Alexis first published this article on her website and then shared it with Germany Ja as well.